The future of public money

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Following OMFIF’s project with EY on Blockchain for public finance management, this year we focus on the Future of Public Money. Against a backdrop of constrained public finances globally, we examine how public money could be spent better through improved institutional structures and harnessing the power of technology. Discussions with public finance experts and independent analysis will result in a report due to be published in October 2024.


The future of the euro area: reconstruction and recovery

OMFIF convened a series of expert panels with key policy-makers, regulators and public and private sector investors to discuss these questions and Europe’s future.

NGEU recovery, resilience and fund disbursement

This OMFIF seminar looks at solutions that aim to increase transparency, traceability and effectiveness between the European Commission, ministries, treasuries and investors within the NGEU process.

Blockchain and the future of ESG investing

This roundtable examines these forces, highlighting the difficulties issuers face in providing investors with accurate use-of-proceeds data and the challenges that investors face in aggregating data from a range of issuers in a variety of formats.

Blockchain for public finance management

OMFIF, in collaboration with EY, launch a report to study the degree to which digital improvements to the systems underpinning these functions, perhaps employing blockchain, could improve operational efficiency, oversight and analysis of how best to deploy resources.


Unlocking opportunities

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Blockchain and public finance

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Using better measures to inform public spending

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Improving grant delivery and management for emergency responses

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Unlocking opportunities through better public finance management

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What can public finance management teach the green bond market?

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Ensuring impactful fund disbursements for efficient public good

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